Very good food, fine wines, set in an exquisite garden. Not cheap, but wonderful for a special treat.
Casavino is a gem in the off main area of Radium. The tapas are very good, the wine is excellent and the host and hostess make your visit special.
Nice place to eat with a pleasant patio and delicious food. The restaurant is a bit hidden off the main road but it is quite and peaceful.
This establishment is owned by the mayor of Radium Hot Spring and she was there to greet guests as they arrive. We found this place very warm and personable having conversations with the owner, server and the chef. The tapas was simply amazing, we enjoyed the beef tenderloin, meat/cheese platter and the cranberry chicken flat bread. Our server ..... really... More
We went to CasaVino this past weekend when we were in Radium for a car show. We chose it based on reviews and it didn't disappoint. We originally went for dinner not realizing it was a wine and tapas restaurant but we made the best of it. The food was very good and presented very well and the service was... More
Went to Casa Vino when it first opened and had: 1. terrible service. 2. overpriced wine 3. no food because server lost the order (actually served it to another table) and 4. the host treated us extremely rudely when we asked why we didn't ever receive our food. (He yelled at us and asked us," what do you want me... More
Casa Vino is as advertised. It is charming, comfortable and relaxing. When one approaches tapas with the right attitude-- the deliciousness of the food with the appropriate wine as well as the atmosphere-- allows one to slow down and savour the food and drink. So, we found the servings of a fine size and have absolutely no negatives to say... More
I went for a run late one afternoon and got soaked so went home pretty grumpy. It was Saturday night and we planned a night in but then read the reviews of this place and had to try it. What a great place. We got there around 7.30-8pm with no reservation. The staff were a little frazzled but found room... More
We tried the restaurant and noticed 40 different wines and cheeses, but 10 appetizers to choose. I tried the Alberta Tenderloin and it came out in 6 small pieces about the size and thickness of a loonie. My wife ordered the chicken flat bread and it was altogether the size of a soft ball. This is a wine and cheese... More
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